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Kid Cudi Bio

Kid Cudi is one of hip-hop’s most innovative voices. He has done a little bit of everything: in addition to hip-hop, Cudi’s various side projects include a rock band and a stint as the band leader on IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang! Kid Cudi’s wide range of projects is matched only by the breadth of his musical style, which uses spacey atmospheric elements and honest lyrics to bring new dimensions to hip-hop. Kid Cudi’s unique style has won him a dedicated fan base that can always be counted up to snap up Kid Cudi tickets and copies of his albums.

But Kid Cudi hasn’t had an easy journey to musical success. Before he made it as a hip-hop artist, Cudi was expelled from high school and failed to get into the United States Navy. While those events proved to be setbacks, Cudi’s tough path to success has also provided him with plenty of material for his soul-baring lyrics and powerful musical style.

Kid Cudi was born in Cleveland, Ohio on January 30, 1984. His birth name was Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi. His father, Lindberg Styles Mescudi, was of mixed African-American and Mexican-American heritage. The elder Mescudi was a World War II Air Force veteran who made his living as a house painter an a substitute school teacher. The family wasn’t wealthy, but they had enough to move out to the relatively posh suburb of Shaker Heights, outside of Cleveland.

When Cudi was just 11 years old, his father passed away. That event would deeply affect him, leading to a troubled youth and, later, to some of his most powerful music. Kid Cudi grew up in the Cleveland suburbs and attended Shaker Heights High School and, later, Solon High School. But his personal troubles cost him dearly when he threatened to punch the principal of Solon High School and was expelled. Cudi never returned to high school. He got his GED instead, and began to look at colleges.

Cudi next headed to the University of Toledo, where he briefly studied film. After his first year, he dropped out and tried to get into the United States Navy. But his troubled youth once again hurt him: he was denied entry into the armed services due to the police record he’d earned as a juvenile.

Cudi then decided to target a future in music. Music would eventually bring him the success and solace that he desired – but the days of Kid Cudi tickets and album sales were still far away. First, Cudi had to toil in obscurity for a number of years. He moved to New York City to be closer to the musical scene and recording companies. He stayed with an uncle in the city and tried to get noticed. He worked at a BAPE clothing store, where he met superstar Kanye West for the first time. Though neither knew it at the time, West would soon be instrumental in Cudi’s career.

Before things got better, they got worse. Cudi’s uncle kicked him out, sparking a feud between him and Cudi. The two never reconciled, and Cudi’s uncle soon passed away.

Cudi channeled his grief and frustration into his first mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi. He released the mixtape for free download in 2008. The mixtape did well and soon caught the attention of rap superstar Kanye West, who got in touch with Kid Cudi and called him into the studio. Cudi helped West with Jay-Z’s The Blueprint 3, on which he performed as a featured artist. Cudi then assisted West with West’s own 808s & Heartbreak. Cudi worked as a songwriter and a featured artist on 808s & Heartbreak, which helped his rise to prominence.

Following the release of The Blueprint 3 and 808s & Heartbreak, Cudi became widely recognized as a rising star in the hip-hop genre. That set the stage for the release of his debut album, Man on the Moon: The End of Day (2009). The album was a hit with both critics and fans. It was certified gold and made the Billboard 200 charts, a strong performance for what was considered a fairly experimental alternative rap album. Critics praised the album’s atmospheric qualities and unique style. Kid Cudi was doing something different from other hip-hop stars, and fans and critics loved it.

Kid Cudi’s follow-up, Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager (2010), was a direct sequel to and continuation of his debut album. Once again, fans and critics were impressed: the album went gold and reached number three on the Billboard 200 albums chart, an even higher point than Cudi’s debut had reached.

Cudi didn’t let his newfound fame interfere with his creative process. He continued to innovate and tweak his style, and after Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, he took off in an entirely new direction. He teamed up with Dot da Genius to found a band. The band, which was renamed several times but is now called WZRD, made music that was totally different from the sort of music that Cudi had become famous for making. WZRD’s psychedelic alternative rock shows the breadth of Kid Cudi’s musical tastes – as well as the range of his talent.

Cudi’s rock group didn’t interfere with his hip-hop output. In 2012, he gave an upstate New York audience a special treat: fans with Kid Cudi tickets that night got to hear an entire new album. It was Indicud, which was officially released in 2013. Indicud marked a move towards a more uptempo style, a further evolution in Cudi’s style.

Kid Cudi continued his prolific 2010s run with Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon (2014), which he described as a bridge between Indicud and a future installment in his Man on the Moon series.

In 2015, Kid Cudi released his biggest surprise yet: Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven. The new album was a complete departure in style, an alternative rock record that included spoken-word skits. Though it confused some reviewers, the album provided still further proof that Kid Cudi was committed to constantly innovating.

Kid Cudi is far from done. He continues to tour and record – though nobody can say for sure what sort of music he’ll make next. That uncertainty is what draws fans to his unique music, which isn’t held back by any genre expectations. Kid Cudi makes whatever kind of music he wants to, and fans wouldn’t have it any other way.

Top 3 Kid Cudi Tracks:

Mad Solar
Young Lady

Kid Cudi Albums

Man on the Moon: The End of Day
  • In My Dreams (Cudder Anthem)
  • Soundtrack 2 My Life
  • Simple As...
Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager
  • Scott Mescudi vs. the World (featuring CeeLo Green)
  • Revofev
  • The Arrival
  • High Off Life
  • The Dream Time Machine (featuring Empire of the Sun)
  • Love Hard
  • Live & Learn
  • Brake
  • Teleport 2 Me, Jamie (John Padgett, WZRD)
  • Where Did You Sleep Last Night?
  • Efflictim
  • Dr. Pill
  • Upper Room (P. Brown, J. Bruce, WZRD)
  • 47:12
  • The Resurrection of Scott Mescudi
  • Unfuckwittable
  • Just What I Am (featuring King Chip)
  • Young Lady (featuring Father John Misty)
  • King Wizard
  • Immortal
  • Solo Dolo, Part II (featuring Kendrick Lamar)
  • Girls (featuring Too Short)
  • New York City Rage Fest
  • Red Eye (featuring Haim)
  • Mad Solar
  • Beez (featuring RZA)
  • Brothers (featuring King Chip & A$AP Rocky)
  • Burn Baby Burn
  • Lord of the Sad and Lonely
  • Cold Blooded
  • Afterwards (Bring Yo Friends) (featuring Michael Bolton & King Chip)
  • The Flight of the Moon Man
  • 70:44
Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon
  • Destination: Mother Moon
  • Going to the Ceremony
  • Satellite Flight
  • Copernicus Landing
  • Balmain Jeans (featuring Raphael Saadiq)
  • Too Bad I Have to Destroy You Now
  • Internal Bleeding
  • In My Dreams 2015
  • Return of the Moon Man (Original Score)
  • Troubled Boy
  • 41:14

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$26.00 BET Experience: Kid Cudi with Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 06/22/2017
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
$29.00 Harlem Globetrotters — 01/03/2016
Allen County Stadium; Fort Wayne, IN
$37.00 Kid Cudi — 10/03/2017
Oakdale Theatre; Wallingford, CT
$40.00 Kid Cudi — 10/11/2017
Red Hat Amphitheater (formerly Raleigh Amphitheatre and Festival Site); Raleigh, NC
$42.00 Kid Cudi — 02/17/2016
Bayou Music Center; Houston, TX
$43.00 Kid Cudi — 10/01/2017
Bank of America Pavilion; Boston, MA
$50.00 Kid Cudi — 01/31/2016
Orpheum Theatre - Madison; Madison, WI
$50.00 Kid Cudi — 10/04/2017
Sound Academy; Toronto, ON
$51.00 Kid Cudi — 02/04/2016
The Fillmore Detroit; Detroit, MI
$53.00 Kid Cudi — 09/30/2017
Mann Center for the Performing Arts; Philadelphia, PA

Best and Most Expensive Kid Cudi Tickets

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$330.00Kid Cudi — 02/25/2016
Galaxy Theatre; Santa Ana, CA
$210.00Kid Cudi — 12/06/2016
Terminal 5; New York, NY
$185.00Grassroots Music Festival - 3 Day Pass — 07/31/2015
Tom Hanafan River's Edge Park; Council Bluffs, IA
$183.00Kid Cudi — 12/21/2016
Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium; San Francisco, CA
$172.00Kid Cudi — 10/06/2017
Central Park Summer Stage; New York, NY
$171.00Kid Cudi — 02/13/2016
Ritz-Raleigh; Raleigh, NC
$161.00Kid Cudi — 11/18/2017
The Warfield; San Francisco, CA
$154.00Kid Cudi — 12/20/2016
Hollywood Palladium; Hollywood, CA
$154.00Kid Cudi — 10/22/2017
Bomb Factory; Dallas, TX
$149.00Kid Cudi — 02/19/2016
Bomb Factory; Dallas, TX